xpize 5 Release 5 in XPize Posted August 17, 2009 As an aside, I'll stress that there really isn't any point to using nLite for removing Windows features, it only hampers stability since many programs expect these features (like System Restore) to be present as they would be normallyWell, its also possible to deactivate the System Restore Feature in Windows - nLite is not necessary for that.It did this on my old system which had only 30 GB hard drive space to safe every possible bit.But its right: on current HDDs this feature should be activated, because it makes a lot of sense (but only for system partition, not for the partition with the private files! - you don't want to loose your latest presentation, because you had the idea to set your system 1 week back.)Only for people with a professional backup solution, this feature might be a sensless "performance killer"That's not what I meant. When you use nLite to disable System Restore it physically removes the system restore DLL files (saving you no more than a couple of megabytes worth of space). If you merely disable System Restore the proper way the program won't crash.